Great build quality
Great wakeboard wake with extra weight(same hull as 205V but with direct drive)
Really good ski wake with no weight(same hull as mid 90's prostar 190 but slightly bigger)
resale(this is a fairly sought after boat)
rough water ride is going to be terrible compared to boats nowadays(not any worse then most boats from the 80's or 90's though.
next to zero storage
will have to add sacs on the floor so it may be a pain to move around in the boat while wakeboarding.
the corvette engine was an expensive option in its day but if it is some sort of aluminum block engine it may be really expensive to replace if something happens. If it is just a normal 350 then whatever.
Overall great all around boat if you don't mind the small size and lack of storage. Personally I think they should be worth anywhere from 12-17k depending on condition, options and location. If that year had the rear seat base that can be lifted up and set up high to make a sunpad that would be nice. That give you a lot of room so you could put a 750 or so under there while wakeboarding as well as make an extra sunpad. Bonus to if that year had a rear locker. I think the gas tank fills up most of it put any extra storage for ropes, anchor, fenders is nice. With the rear seat up and a 750 under it, mayeb a few hundred pounds in the rear locker and 500-750 pounds total in the bow you should be set and be able to move about the boat easily. Did that year have a walkway ski locker? If so another bonus so you can get 300-400 pounds in there.
Last edited by polarbill; 03-22-2012 at 2:24 PM.